- Next week, roughly two million Californians will lose their enhanced unemployment benefits. Congress enacted four programs in 2020 to cushion the loss of jobs due to the pandemic. Those programs end on September 4th.
- Improving weather conditions are helping firefighters battle the Caldor Fire that was threatening South Lake Tahoe earlier this week. More than 22,000 residents in South Lake Tahoe are still evacuated. The Caldor Fire has burned more than 212,000 acres and destroyed more than 650 buildings since it broke out on August 14th. This morning, the Caldor Fire is 29% contained.
- Natomas Unified School District Superintendent Chris Evans has told Fox News they have launched an investigation to find out if parents or students had warned school administrators about the teacher before the undercover video surfaced.
- Apple Hill was spared by the Caldor Fire and will be open for Fall festivities this Labor Day weekend.
- Women are less aggressive than men when they apply for jobs — applying for fewer positions and asking for help less frequently...but why?
- An Oregon trooper has been placed on paid leave after he said he will defy the state’s vaccine mandate for government workers.
- Conservative analyst and author Candace Owens says a private COVID-19 testing site denied her a test on the grounds that she is “spreading misinformation” about the coronavirus.